"Sludgefucker" by The Royal They
BTR Live Studio | ep680 | Feb 6, 2018
The Royal They seems to be quite deserving of the royal treatment lately, having become the latest must-see Brooklyn band with the release of their new post-punk gem of an album, Foreign Being. Michelle, Darrell, and Rick have developed their sharp, melodic style to the point where the catchiness of the songs is totally undeniable. The band stopped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn to show us how it happens live.

Foreign Being by The Royal They is available now from King Pizza Records.

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The Royal They: Facebook // Bandcamp

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